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Toby Perkins Wildlife survey

Toby Perkins Wildlife survey

Famously, the British are a nation of animal lovers, and here in Derbyshire we are fortunate to be spoiled with acres of beautiful countryside to explore that should be rich with wildlife.
But some of these habitats have been eroded, and wildlife issues are amongst the most prevalent in my parliamentary postbag.
Whether it be enforcing the fox hunting ban, protecting badgers from an unnecessary cull or banning grouse shooting, constituents regularly get in touch to lobby me to ensure that Chesterfield and Derbyshire remains a green oasis for two legs and four.
Now, I’ve produced my first ever wildlife survey, working with Derbyshire Wildlife Trust, and I’m asking my constituents to complete it to help inform Labour’s proposals for a more animal friendly future. Please grab a cuppa and take a few minutes to complete this survey and let me know what you think our wildlife priorities should be.
You’ll find the survey at https://www.surveymonkey.co.uk/r/TobyPerkinsWildlifeSurvey

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I am Toby Perkins, Labour's Member of Parliament for Chesterfield. If you would like to get in touch with me, my office is open and can be reached by phone on 01246 386 286. I also hold regular surgeries so that constituents can meet me and I can take up their concerns. If you would like to make an appointment then please do contact my office. Thank you for visiting.

Contact Toby

Tel: 01246 386286
Email: toby.perkins.mp@parliament.uk
Post: 113 Saltergate, Chesterfield, S40 1NF


I hold regular surgeries for my constituents.
Please call 01246 386286 or email toby.perkins.mp@parliament.uk to make a booking.

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